We already know Renault’s RS Line version from the Clio, the car where the version that replaced the GT Line flavor of yesteryear also debuted. The Renault Arkana, which will be available at Dutch dealers from the second half of this year, will only be available as an RS Line. Today we are digitally introduced to the brand new Captur RS Line.
The Captur RS Line is a new sporty version of the current Captur presented in 2019. The crossover will have a grille with a honeycomb pattern, a more dynamic-looking front bumper with large openings and a rear bumper with a silver insert in the rear bumper that accommodates two chrome tailpipes. Renault puts the Captur RS Line, among other things, on special 18-inch light alloy and not only sticks an RS Line badge on the tailgate, but also on the front screens.
The interior of the Captur RS Line is decorated with, among other things, red accents, aluminum pedals and a steering wheel covered with perforated leather. More red details return on the dashboard itself, where a red line can be seen across the entire width. The underside of the dashboard looks as if it is finished with carbon fiber. Since the RS Line is one of the higher versions of the Captur, it is not surprising that the car gets the 10-inch large infotainment screen, front and rear parking beeps, a reversing camera and an inductive charger as standard. The Renault Captur RS Line is also coming to the Netherlands, Renault confirms to AutoWeek. Prices will follow very soon.
Renault uses the introduction of the Captur RS Line to enrich the equipment of the luxury Initiale Paris trim. This variant, peppered with glitter and pampering, now has a 360-degree camera and chrome-colored paddle shifters behind the wheel as standard.
Source: AutoWeek by www.autoweek.nl.
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